Tagged: satin stitch variations

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Brick Stitch

Also known as: Long and short stitch This stitch is a way of filling patterns, especially when the pattern is very big for the satin stitch to be followed. Here, the stitches are laid...

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Encroaching Satin Stitch

This type of satin stitch is used to cover a larger area of the pattern. This allows smaller and tighter satin stitches to be used instead of long and saggy ones. The pattern is...

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Padded Satin Stitch

This is satin stitch with a little embossed or dimensional look. This is because we first give the pattern a little padding at the base before doing the satin stitch. I will illustrate this...

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Whipped Satin Stitch

Like many other whipped stitches, a contrasting thread is ‘whipped’ over the satin stitch. You need to know the Satin Stitch to be able to do this stitch. Fig 1: First, lay the foundation...

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Satin Stitch

Also known as: Damask Stitch Satin stitch has a very easy procedure. What is difficult in this stitch is to maintain the neatness, especially on the sides of the pattern that is being filled....

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Satin Stitch Family

Satin stitch is probably one of the most beautiful stitches when done properly. It is equally difficult in certain ways. This family of stitches focusses on filling a motif using a series of stitches...